Tobi Amusan was at her best again as she claimed first position in the 100m hurdles at the Silesia Diamond League, Poland on Sunday.
Nigeria’s queen of the track beat American duo Harrison Kendra and Ali Nia to second and third position respectively.
Amusan coasted home with a time of 12.34s.
That was not only her best time this year, but a new meeting record.
It was the 26-year-old’s second victory in the Diamond League this year.
Amusan won the 100m hurdles event in Stockholm, Sweden two weeks ago.
She will defend her world title later this year in Budapest, Hungary .